Media reported about the fall of prices in hotels of Egypt is almost ten times

In the territory of one of the hotels in Sharm-El-Sheikh

The cost of living in the most luxurious hotels of the resort town of Sharm El-Sheikh have decreased significantly, according to British newspaper The Daily Mail. In particular, according to the publication, Renaissance Hote reduced the price to £23 ($33,7 per room per night. Sunrise Select Diamond Beach Resort has cut the price to £35 ($51) per night and the Radisson Blu Resort — up to £18,16 ($26,61) when booking for seven nights through the website TravelSupermarket.com, notes The Daily Mail.

The newspaper notes that previously, travelers paid per night in such hotels Sharm El-Sheikh up to £200 ($293).

In a conversation with RBC Director of the Association of tour operators of Russia (ATOR) Maya Lomidze said that official data from the Egyptian side about lower prices is not, however, noted that, most likely, the assessment of the British press about a significant reduction true.

According to her, in the event of a return of Russian tourists to Egypt in the near future, this decline is unlikely to spread to them due to pent-up demand, as well as larger losses incurred by Egypt at present. However, Lomidze stressed that, in spite of this, a trip to Egypt is likely to remain for Russians, the budget, and did not rule out the possibility that prices after the recovery of flights to Egypt will be lower than those that were prior to the termination of the flight.

On the service Booking.com the lowest of the first 25 (64) recommended prices for five star hotel, with arrival on June 9 is the price for Renaissance Sharm El Sheikh Golden View Beach Resort — 2460 rubles ($37.5 C). While 19 of the proposed the date of 25 options subject to discount, which reaches 60%.

In recent time there have been two plane crashes associated with Egypt. In late October, was wrecked in the attack in the skies over the Sinai Peninsula Airbus A321 of airline “Kogalymavia”. The victims were 224 people.

The A320 EgyptAir flying on the route Paris — Cairo, disappeared from radar screens in the night of may 19. Onboard the airplane there were 66 people. The Egyptian authorities stated that, according to them, nobody survived.

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